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Chiefs injury updates: Jon Asamoah has a calf strain, Nico Johnson sprained his ankle

We just spoke with Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Here's what he said about the injuries following Saturday's OT victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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The KC Chiefs played the Steelers on Saturday night and one day later we have some injury updates. Here's what Andy Reid told a group of reporters on Sunday night about the Chiefs injury situation.

Jon Asamoah has a calf strain. He's considered day to day, according to Reid. He will not practice tomorrow, which is the first practice after the game.

Jalil Brown has a knee contusion. He might be able to practice tomorrow so this isn't a long-term thing.

Nico Johnson has an ankle sprain. He will not practice tomorrow. I didn't even realize he was injured.

Dexter McCluster, who missed the game with an illness, remains out with said illness. He is still being evaluated, according to Reid. Quintin Demps, also out with an illness, is feeling better, Reid said.

Tony Moeaki has a shoulder injury, but that's all we know here.

Sanders Commings, who broke his collarbone in July, is still recovering.

Travis Kelce is being treated. He could practice tomorrow but that's still unknown.

Those are the big ones. Also notable under injuries is that Donald Stephenson returned to action in last night's game. He was coming back from a shoulder sprain.

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